The more we get to see Henrik Fisker’s new electric car, the more we hope that he can get it to production.
Ahead of the vehicle launch next week, Fisker released several new impressive pictures of the all-electric vehicle.
But his startup apparently produced a second – more refined – prototype for the unveiling at CES and he released a few images ahead of the show next week.
Design and aesthetics have never been the problem with Fisker’s many car projects, but I think he might have outdone himself with this one.
Here are the pictures that he shared on Twitter this week:
The vehicle will be officially unveiled with all its specs on January 9th at CES in Las Vegas.
I don’t think there will be many surprises at the unveiling. We have already seen several pictures of two different prototypes and Fisker also talked about some specs, like ‘over 400 miles of range’, ‘9-minute charging’, and a $130,000 price tag.
The startup also recently released a few more details about its new electric car, like the batteries coming from LG and the mirrors having dual cameras.
In my opinion, the most important thing they could unveil at the event would be a clear path to production. It would do a lot to dissipate the feeling of vaporware product around the vehicle right now.
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